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Re: Clearpass 802.1x template unknown_CA

Public CAs will only issue certificates to real domain names that you have
proved that you own.

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Re: Clearpass 802.1x template unknown_CA

Bruno,

 

Did you take a read of my CPPM PKI TechNote, a lot of the Q you have are covered in here + a lot more..!!

 

CPPM - Certificates 101 Technote V1.2.pdf


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Re: Clearpass 802.1x template unknown_CA

Hi team,

 

I have the Certificate files ( *crt). I need to import them to ClearPass but i did not see any private key file.

 

How can import this ?

 

Regards

Guru Elite

Re: Clearpass 802.1x template unknown_CA

If you did a Cert Request on Clearpass, you would have already downloaded the private key file as part of that...

 


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Re: Clearpass 802.1x template unknown_CA

Please take a look at the Certificate Technote that Danny wrote and mentioned here:  https://support.arubanetworks.com/Documentation/tabid/77/DMXModule/512/Command/Core_Download/Default.aspx?EntryId=19184

 


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Re: Clearpass 802.1x template unknown_CA

Hi

First let me address to you guys and thank you for or support in this matter. I am not familiarized with certificates and know I have more knowledge on that..

 

Certificate finally OK , tested with local user on the machine and with local SQL DB authentication

 

But when I try to connect to 802.1x Wlan , with AD user logged in, client is using AD credential to try to connect.. Normal behaviour for me..

 

In a AD computer logged in with ad user is it possible to login to WLAN using local user created in clearpass?

 

I know that in a near future we are going to connect against AD repository..

 

Regards

Guru Elite

Re: Clearpass 802.1x template unknown_CA

You would need to uncheck "Use Windows credentials" in the Protected EAP settings on the client.

Sent from Nine

| Tim Cappalli | Aruba Security | @timcappalli | timcappalli.me |

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Regular Contributor II

Re: Clearpass 802.1x template unknown_CA

Ok.

 

So if we have 50 users we need to change that on client ( one time only correct)?

 

Or do the login with AD source.

 

Thanks

Guru Elite

Re: Clearpass 802.1x template unknown_CA

It's a client setting. You could also change it via group policy.

Sent from Nine

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Clearpass 802.1x template unknown_CA

Hi Sir,

 

Just a question, what is the use of Root CA created on the OnBoard if will purchase publicly signed Radius and Web Certificate for BYOD Onboard single SSID.

 

Sorry, I am new on ClearPass. Thank you in advance.

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